Through advances in instrumentation proteomic analysis generate huge amounts of data for a single sample. In a proteogenomic setting all sequenced peptides then need to be mapped to their respective genomic coordinates to be visualised in a genome browser. With the demands of high throughput and ever growing datasets genome browsers struggle to readily visualise files of this size containing this type of information. Track hubs are one solution to this problem by providing the data in a binary format through servers. Here we provide a perl-script to generate track hubs from the output of PoGo, a toll which maps peptides and post-translational modifications to their respective genomic coordinates.